Jen Shah Snags $3.2 Million Rental Home In Park City as RHOSLC Star Faces Charges of Wire Fraud and Money Laundering

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Jen Shah Snags $3.2 Million Rental Home In Park City as RHOSLC Star Faces Charges of Wire Fraud and Money Laundering

Jen Shah has moved into a new rental home in Park City, Utah.

As The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City cast member faces charges of wire fraud and money laundering after allegedly running a years-long telemarketing scheme with assistant Stuart Smith, Jen and her husband, Coach Sharrieff Shah, are living in a stunning $3.17 million home.

While Jen was seen living in a $13,217 per month rental home worth an estimated $3.995 million during production on the first season of RHOSLC, her 9,420-square-foot “Shah Chalet” was ultimately put on the market by its owners, prompting Jen to relocate to her new place.

Jen’s five-bedroom, five-bathroom home, which was built in 2008, features 7,797-square-feet and sits on less than an acre of land in the gated community of Promontory.

In the main living space of the home is a two-story great room, with features a two-story stone fireplace, vaulted ceilings, and a 25-foot arched window.

The kitchen features double ovens and a six-burner stove.

Beyond the kitchen is an informal dining room set up for six people.

The home’s formal dining room seats 10 and is set up in front of a large arched window.

Also on the main floor is a large mudroom and a laundry room.

Another bedroom, located on the second floor, has doors to a balcony.

Elsewhere on the upper floor is an informal family room that can also be used as an office.

In the basement of the home is a large media room, as well as a dining area and a bar.

The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City season two is currently in production.

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